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thebristolboard:

Original Peanuts Sunday strip by Charles Schulz, originally published by United Features Syndicate, April 3, 1955.

Love this Beautiful Classic Schulz strip!

thebristolboard:

Original Peanuts Sunday strip by Charles Schulz, originally published by United Features Syndicate, April 3, 1955.

Love this Beautiful Classic Schulz strip!

davidshillinglaw:

Make My Day

davidshillinglaw:

Make My Day

glitterbeneaththerot:

English language learners can be wonderfully creative in describing things, especially kindergartners.

LOve the White Flavor»(freakin funny!)

glitterbeneaththerot:

English language learners can be wonderfully creative in describing things, especially kindergartners.

LOve the White Flavor»(freakin funny!)

originalgiantcontent:

An old photo of my right hand. Do you know who Major Taylor is? You should.

Thanks for sharing G! What a cool cat>Go Major Taylor!!

originalgiantcontent:

An old photo of my right hand. Do you know who Major Taylor is? You should.

Thanks for sharing G! What a cool cat>Go Major Taylor!!

Early Mark Beyer> Tony Target Comic

Early Mark Beyer> Tony Target Comic

stencils:

Legalize Medical Graffiti (via Which Witch)

Seriously I’m a vandal vet»need this shit>keeps me steady bro!<ZAP

stencils:

Legalize Medical Graffiti (via Which Witch)

Seriously I’m a vandal vet»need this shit>keeps me steady bro!<ZAP

stencils:

Banksy rat @ San Francisco (by Kanaka Menehune)

Banksy does Spiegelman&#187;&gt;NICE &lt;ZAP

stencils:

Banksy rat @ San Francisco (by Kanaka Menehune)

Banksy does Spiegelman»>NICE <ZAP

Please note that we are shut down May7th&gt;20th!
So do not come a knocking &amp; thank U&gt; ZAP

Please note that we are shut down May7th>20th!
So do not come a knocking & thank U> ZAP

thebristolboard:

Original art by Gilbert Shelton from the back cover to underground classic, The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers #1, published by Rip Off Press, February 1971.

thebristolboard:

Original art by Gilbert Shelton from the back cover to underground classic, The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers #1, published by Rip Off Press, February 1971.

Well Said!

Well Said!